The California Department of Transportation is seeking public input on the final drafts of the SB 1 Sustainable Communities and Adaptation Planning Grant guides. SB1 is the landmark transportation funding bill the state passed earlier this year.
The legislation provides more than $270 million in local community planning grants for 10 years.
“I encourage the public and our stakeholder partners to provide their feedback to help shape how these grants will be allocated to communities around the state,” says Caltrans Director Malcom Dougherty. “These grants will provide much needed funding to support the efforts by local and regional agencies to improve transportation in their communities.”
The Grant Application Guides for the new SB 1 planning grant funds cover:
The comment period is open through Aug. 31, and the guidelines and forms are available here.